Monday, June 2, 2008

When exhaustion is good

I've returned from a quick trip to Los Angeles. Flying down Friday night, I was filled with anticipation, and it was better than I'd hoped. I kept thinking, "I have to remember every moment of this. Every feeling, every sight."

Too tired to write of it tonight, but I hope to get it all down soon. Right now I'm glad to be home, glad to be back with my babies.

6 comments:

Hal Johnson said...

Okay, now you've awakened the nosy beast within.

Keith said...

I have a kyoodle in my soul. Bienvenido. Villkommen.

You must think of my sand mandalas, as you struggle to capture, to remember, to retain every memory.

You may not "remember" everything, but each experience has left an indelible mark on your soul.

But, for me, the armchair traveler, a little detail might whet my appetite for vicarious living.

Anonymous said...

I'm glad you had a great time. It was so wonderful having you here, if only for a short time. I know you missed the babies, but I'll be a little selfish and say I'm happy they let you go for a bit as I miss you so much. Can't wait to visit again soon and this time I want to see the babies too. Give them kisses for me (If you can hold Jake down long enough).
Love you,
Marilyn

Marilyn said...

Okay, now I've created a profile so I don't have to be anonymous. Although there are times...

emilyrose said...

HA, well as much as I appreciate the invitation to the rail road museum, I'm afraid I'll have to pass... YIKES! I might have a heart attack if I went with you guys!!

Keith said...

Annie, I have been touring the food links on your site..... Splendid!